posted on Oct, 19 2011 @ 01:57 PM
I said I'd give you what I have, so here it is...
Let's start with Solfeggio frequencies.
3 9 6
6 3 9. These individual frequencies reduce to the number 9.
9 6 3
1 7 4
4 1 7. These reduce to 3. Ie. 1+7+4 = 12, 1+2 = 3
7 4 1
2 8 5
5 2 8. These reduce to 6. Ie. 2+8+5 = 15, 1+5 = 6
8 5 2
If you look at these squares from left to right, then bottom to top, you will notice that the frequencies run both vertically and horizontally.
Re-create this on a piece of paper and draw yourself a diagonal line from the top left corner, to the bottom right corner, through the like digits.
Now draw lines connecting the other like numbers in the square (you should have a 'V' shape pointing diagonally up towards the right, and the same
down towards the left, divided by a single straight line).
If you substitute the 'V' for a letter 'U', so as to have a curved edge to the line, then take the finished lines drawn on the number square and
draw them separately to see them more clearly, does this remind anyone else of the DNA double helix?
Ok, for those who are still with me, let's talk Fibonacci.
Instead of the sequence we all know, starting 0, 1, 1, let's start at the top level of Freemasonry, the 33rd Degree. Let's start with 0, 3, 3. The
special thing about Fibonacci numbers is as long as you have a starting point, the rest follows naturally, the next number in the sequence being the
sum of the previous two.
So, the sequence goes: 0, 3, 3, 6, 9, 15, 24, 39, 63, 102, 165, 267, 432 and so on...
Using the same numerological principles of reduction to a single digit from multiple digits, something interesting appears.
They all ultimately reduce to either a 3, a 6, or a 9. Honestly they all do, try it out.
My Solfeggio unweighted tuning forks are on their way to me as I type this, I should receive them in the post sometime tomorrow.
I am convinced that if you strike the forks in the order given by the Fibonacci sequence I suggested, you will get a tune.
I'm sure most of you know of the concept that the universe was brought into existence out of sound.
It should be becoming pretty obvious where I'm going with this by now...
Anyway, here is where the trial and error comes in. Obviously there are three Solfeggio notes in each group, that reduce respectively to either 3, 6
or 9, so I'm unsure as to which of the group I would strike to create the correct notes, or maybe I need to strike all three simultaneously...
Then this got me thinking about Nan Madol (the 'Powerful Sorcerer' who used 'sounds of varying pitch and tone' to build it) and Coral Castle,
recalling something I read about a mysterious wooden box that emitted some kind of sound...
So, i have the key, I'm ready to make a box, and I need help.
Need I say more?